Family Practitioner/General Practitioner

Port Hardy Primary Health Care Centre - Port Hardy, BC (7 months ago)

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Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS)
Mandatory
Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)
Desired
Current College of Physicians of BC (CPSBC) License
Provisional
Canadian College of Family Practitioners (CCFP) Eligible
Mandatory
Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA)
Mandatory
Emergency
Desired
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Role and Facility Information

Excellent family practice opportunity located adjacent to Port Hardy Hospital, in a well-established, modern, fully electronic group practice, including Nurse Practitioners. Join five other full-time colleagues in a diverse and rewarding clinical practice.

Services provided at the 12-bed acute care Port Hardy Hospital include:

  • Aboriginal Health
  • Adult Inpatient & Outpatient
  • Rehabilitation Services
  • Emergency Services
  • Laboratory Services
  • Medical Ambulatory
  • Medical Imaging
  • General Radiology & Ultrasound
  • Residential Care Services
This is an exceptional opportunity to work and live in a beautiful area that provides a relaxed lifestyle in a temperate climate with excellent year-round recreation and cultural amenities, and still be easily accessible to Vancouver by plane. The community is home to a population of 4,200 residents who can enjoy a local civic centre which has a heated 25m indoor pool indoor with a new aquatic centre planned for construction, ice arena, local gym and boxing club, walking club and hiking groups! BC Ferry terminals include sailing to Prince Rupert and Bella Bella.

Start Date

As soon as possible

Community Information

colourful seaside community of Port Hardy, on the north-eastern coast of Vancouver Island, is the largest town of the North Island and is the gateway to Cape Scott Provincial Park.

The community is home to a population of 3,800 residents and offers affordable housing and boasts a broad range of services and retail outlets. Port Hardy is a supply center to the mid-coast area and while its main industries were historically based in mining, fishing and forestry, it is emerging as a green ecotourism destination on Vancouver Island.

Spectacular mountain views, large expanses of natural wilderness and miles of undeveloped coastline are readily accessible, providing an ideal venue for sport fishing, scuba diving, caving, kayaking and recreational boating. In winter tackle the slopes at Mount Cain… no line ups, 18 runs, and 300 cm annual average of powder. And with 1499 vertical feet of terrain, its peak elevation is second only to Whistler, in all of BC, Alaska and Washington State.

With regularly scheduled daily flights, Vancouver is less than an hour away. Combining this with a good highway and excellent transportation system you can live and work close to nature, and have ease of access to larger centres.

Terms
Compensation
Compensation Type
Fee-for-Service
Estimated Remuneration
Fee for Service - Annual projected earnings: $300,000±, Medical On-Call Availability Program (MOCAP) Level 1 On-Call ($225,000 per annum for call group); and Rural Emergency Enhancement Fund (REEF) ($200,000) shared by group
Physician Overhead
Fixed amount
Benefits and Incentives
May be eligible for additional remuneration in accordance with the Rural Subsidiary Agreement (RSA) including:
Retention Premium
23.38%
Retention Flat Fee
$23,507
Recruitment Incentive
$20,000
Other Benefits/Incentives
Rural CME starting at $1,320/annum for 2 years or less in community, increasing to a maximum of $5,720 after 4 years.